Webian Shell is a full screen web browser for devices that don't need a desktop. As of today you can download a prototype which you can try for yourself. Most of the stuff done on PC these days happens in a web browser. Modern web applications can do just about everything traditional desktop applications can do (like flashy graphics, sound, video and offline storage) so often all you really need is the browser.
The idea of the Webian Shell project is to replace your computer's interface with something much simpler, which treats web applications as first class citizens and does away with all the un-necessary clutter.
June 01, 2011
Version: Webian Shell 0.1
Has a nice layout and look to it.
Tab close button is at the top right and not on the tabs. The tabs look great on bottom like they are but the close should be down with them. Doesn't save bookmarks which is a turnoff. Also won't open a link in a new tab which is another turnoff.
This would be a really good setup if it had more of the basic browser features included, but currently trying to use it I found myself wanting to close it and open FF4 so I could do more.